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Autumn 2006, vol 4 no 3


Dustin Neal


winter storage . . .
a can of nails
behind the old cross
  warm winter . . .
a noon drizzle
baptizes the church
taking flight
the fish in the blue
heron's mouth
  cloudy day-
a rain drop poses
on her lens
the funeral-
trampled flowers

Dustin Neal Dustin Neal has been writing haiku for about one year. He resides in a small town in East Texas where most of his scenery is of the Piney Woods. He is currently majoring in English, though at this time he is taking a semester off from school. He is currently working as a custodian at a church.